Our mission: We provide the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its partners with timely intelligence and information to keep the homeland safe, secure and resilient. We are charged with delivering intelligence to our state, local, tribal, territorial and private sector partners and developing intelligence from those partners for DHS and the Intelligence Community.
Why work for us?
Our primary goal is to keep the homeland safe, and we do that by empowering our employees to excel. You will work among a team of professionals with unique but complementary skill sets. We offer excellent training and career development opportunities, as well as tuition assistance to expand the breadth and depth of your expertise. We also offer a range of benefits including flexible scheduling and telework, as well as health and wellness programs to keep our employees healthy, energized and enjoying work-life balance.
What does DHS I&A do?
As a member of the Intelligence Community (IC), we keep the homeland safe, secure and resilient by providing DHS and its partners with timely intelligence and information. We are the only element of the IC that is charged with delivering intelligence to our state, local, tribal, territorial and private sector partners, and developing intelligence from those partners for the department and the IC.
Our areas of focus include:
- Cyber threat analysis
- Economic security
- Transnational organized crime
We are the eyes and ears of DHS, sounding the alarm when anyone or anything threatens our homeland.
Who we work with
We work with professionals from across other intelligence and law enforcement organizations.
Our I&A Partner Engagement (PE) team manages strategic relationships with key partners across federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, private sector and international stakeholders.
We establish and leverage these partnerships to:
- Facilitate multidirectional intelligence and information sharing.
- Collaborate with key partners to build mutually beneficial relationships.
- Facilitate the identification of partner requirements and needs.
- Facilitate partner access to DHS I&A products, resources, and expertise.
- Advocate partner equities across DHS I&A in support of their respective Homeland Security missions.
- Provide program management for the National Threat Evaluation and Reporting (NTER) Program and Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI).
- ASIS International
- The International Security Management Association
- Business Executives for National Security
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce National Security Task Force
- The National Council of ISACs
Headquarters: Washington, D.C. area
We also have some positions in cities across the nation, where you will work in Fusion Centers with state and local authorities.